Pancreatic cancer is a difficult to treat malignancy with a high mortality rate. Patients are usually diagnosed with advanced disease, and many are not eligible for surgery. Although systemic therapy is a mainstay of treatment, there are limited options for patients with metastatic disease. We invite you to read more about some of the recent observational data on metastatic pancreatic cancer treatment patterns, patient outcomes, and costs in an effort to shed insights into real-world clinical decisions and the economic factors that influence them.
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